By Thomas Burke
Broken Blossoms filmatiserades 1919 och rönte stora framgångar, mycket tack vare den uttrycksfulla stumfilmsskådespelaren Lillian Gishs insatser.
Thomas Burke (1886-1945) var en brittisk författare som skildrade det hårda livet i det mångkulturella London.
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